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to see some energy. not only energy but some follow through and conviction associated with the trade. for the most part, the dollar has just been married and parked at this 80 even level. >>the russian currency has struggled over the past several sessions. what do you see there? >>i think understandably soi think there's a lot of flight to quality into safer havens and i don't see why anyone would want to hold onto that. i think that some of what we're seeing in terms of activity in the dollar and euro currency. but again, it's certainly under pressure and rightfully so. >>what about oil? we saw a big jump in the market yesterday. >>we did. yesterday we saw some energya big move but again kind of limited in terms of real follow through. everyone's looking at this 105 level. what i notice most is the acceptance or rejection of price activity. so if you look back, clearly we recently rejected that 80 level and unable to get down to 70. we saw the big comeback into the $100 area. up above 100 right now and zero in terms of rejection whatsoever so i think there's room to the upside now
as to cause instability that reaches europe and perhaps the u.s.? energy market trader phil flynn says it starts with natural gas produced in russia carried in pipelines to ukraine and beyond to europe. russia will look to raise natural gas prices on ukraine. if they cut off supplies of natural gas, europe will use more oil and it will be bullish across the energy complex. already russia has made it clear that ukraine's 15-billion dollars' worth of inexpensive deals for fuel sources are in jeopardy. the u.s. can be affected because the price will go up if the supply is reduced. the white house walked carefully down the middle of ukraine's unrest. this is not a competition of east versus west. there's no resumption of the cold war. this is about the ukranian people and their future. the bright spots emerging from the crisis in the ukraine-- are the country's bond prices are rising and so is the stock market. on speculation that the country will get european and u.s. aid after the ouster of president yanahkovych, the ukraine;s stoxx europe 600 index rose to a six-year high. coming up
game. russia is the second largest producer of the energy...and much of its oil flows through ukrainian pipelines to the rest of europe. russian natural gas monopoly gazprom plans to discontinue discounts on the nat gas it delivers to ukraine starting early next month. gazprom claims the ukraine is not fulfilling contractual obligations. fox business news analyst and oil trader phil flynn has this take.. " when we look at ukraine it's kind of the tale of two markets: you've got the european market that has been very volatile based on the headlines coming out of russia and the ukraine and of course here in the u.s. we're mainly focused on this ridiculously cold weather. so, you put it together: we've got a cold war, cold weather, natural gas is going to continue to be crazy." natural gas futures spiked almost 4% yesterday. a budget blueprint for the u.s. is on the table. president obama's 4 trillion dollar proposal includes 56 billion dollars of investment spending for pre-k education, infrastructure, and job training programs. it raises taxes on wealthy americans and includes an
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